Adverbs quiz

Where are the cats?

The cats are outside.

When did they arrive?

The meeting was at 9 AM. The clients arrived late. Late is an exception. We do not use LATELY in this sentence.

How do dogs run?

Dogs run quickly. Quick is an adjective. Quickly is an adverb. Slow is an adjective. Slowly is an adverb.


When we visited Madrid, we walked everywhere. We do not need the preposition TO in this sentence.

How did she walk?

She walked carefully because it was snowing. Carefully is an adverb. Careful is an adjective.

How did they drive home?

They drove home fast. Fast is an exception and we say FAST, not FASTLY. FAST is used as an ADJECTIVE and as an ADVERB.

How often is the magazine printed?

It is a weekly magazine. Weekly is an adverb. The magazine is published every week.

Which sentence is correct?

The car was nearby.

The bus shelter

The store is far from my house.

Choose the correctly formed sentence

The children were playing indoors.

The movie

The movie is playing nearby so we can walk.

When is the meeting?

We have a meeting tomorrow. We can also say: Tomorrow, we have a meeting. We place the adverb TOMORROW at the beginning or at the end of the sentence or clause.

When does he swim?

He swims every Tuesday. We place EVERY before the word it describes.

How do horses run?

Some horses run fast and others run slowly. Fast is an exception. Fast is an ADJECTIVE and an ADVERB.


Did she travel abroad?


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